In putting together our State of the Buffalo Bills Roster series, we asked the Buffalo Rumblings community to vote for the biggest offensive and defensive needs the team has entering the 2012 off-season. Now it's time to continue voting to merge those two lists into one community-developed needs list. To this point, our list looks like this:
- 4-3 defensive end
- 4-3 outside linebacker
- Wide Receiver
Today's poll, which will determine the fourth spot out of our Top 5, will come down to either offensive tackle or cornerback.
At tackle, the Bills have a serviceable right tackle (Erik Pears) and a young guy they like (Chris Hairston), but also have an impending free agent (Demetrius Bell) - and there are question marks about all three players. Depth is a concern, as is health viability. Meanwhile, at cornerback, the team is hosting free agent Stanford Routt today - a clear indication that the team is not happy with its overall depth, nor with the bang-for-the-buck they're getting out of a trio of veterans (Terrence McGee and Leodis McKelvin specifically).
So which is it, Bills fans? Tackle or cornerback? Let us know with a vote and a comment!
Which of the following two positions is a bigger off-season need for the Buffalo Bills?
OT (702 votes)
CB (1093 votes)
1795 total votes